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Comments on Steve Jobs 1955-2011
Steve Jobs was a one-of-a-kind visionary whose creations had a profound effect on my life. Rest in peace. (Read the complete story)

"In terms of science fiction tumbing into real life, don't Jobs's iPhones and iPads look pretty much just like the control surfaces plastered all over everything on 'Star Trek: The Next Generation'?"
(tap tap 10/14/2011 1:54:28 AM)
"Absolutely. Take a look at these articles that detail the similarities between the iPhone and iPad, and works of science fiction.

iPad For Radiologists?
iPad With VoiceOver Reads Aloud
Interactive Storytelling On iPad
Samsung Cites 'Space Odyssey' Newspad Against iPad In Patent Suit
Galaxy Tab 10.1 vs. iPad 2 vs. Clarke's Newspad
'The Daily' iPad App Is A Padloid
iRobot AVA Telepresence Robot With iPad
Head-Coupled Perspective For iPad 2
AutoNOMOS Robotic Taxi Called By iPad App
iPad Newspad Calculator Pad Trek Pad - And More
Marvel's iPad Battery-Powered Comic Book <

BBC's iPhone App For Field Reporters
XWave Apps For iPhone See Brainwaves
iPhone App To Drive Your Car
Confession App For iPhone Catholic Church Approved
iPhone UAV Drone Control App
"
(Bill Christensen 10/14/2011 2:51:53 PM)

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